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Responses of seed germination in three invasive Asteraceae weeds to temperature and water stress 18-01-30
How dose Plukenetia volubilis respond to regulated deficit irrigation? 18-01-25
Darker colors may reduce predation rates of butterflies in tropical forest understories 18-01-22
First fossil record of Buxus reported from Yunnan 18-01-15
A new pepper species found in Hainan Island 18-01-09
A new species of Ericaceae reported from northern Myanmar 18-01-04
A new species of Primulaceae reported from south Yunnan 18-01-03
Dry-hot stress strongly depresses nitrogenase activity of cyanolichens in Ailao mountains 18-01-02
Study reveals sex differences in P. volubilis at transcription level 17-12-27
Seed mass mediates tradeoff between physical and chemical defenses of plant seeds 17-12-26
A new orchid species reported from Malipo 17-12-22
Soil N2O efflux and litter contribution seasonally varied 17-12-19
Gibberellins have great impact on vegetative and reproductive growth of transgenic Jatropha 17-12-14
Responses of forest ecosystems in Yunnan to climate change observed 17-12-12
Researchers examine effects of termite on soil nutrient concentrations 17-12-11
Climate-growth responses of Yunnan fir increase with elevation in central Hengduan mountains 17-12-07
WRKY75 positively regulates flowering time control via gibberellic acid pathway 17-12-05
Excess Zn leads to auxin accumulation in root tips in Arabidopsis 17-11-29
First recorded fossil of Dipteronia in East Asia reported from Yunnan 17-11-21
Lichen biomass significantly influenced by forest type and host attributes 17-11-17
Jasmonate-activated transcription factors redundantly modulate flowering in Arabidopsis 17-11-15
Modern aspect of vegetation in Yunnan: 20 million years earlier than previously thought 17-11-09
Mature rubber plantation intercropping with N-fixing species appears effective for P sustainability 17-11-06
XTBG botanist conducts a biogeographical study on tropical flora of southern China 17-11-02
Complete chloroplast genome sequences of two Lauraceae species determined 17-11-01
Pollinators, not herbivores are possibly the significant agent of selection on flora traits 17-10-30
Heavy snow reduces annual net carbon uptake of Ailaoshan primary forest 17-10-27
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